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    Hi guys, I was just wondering. I sent my application off for Law like 4 months ago and have received every single offer except Warwick. I've emailed them and they said they are still going through applications. What is the chance that they are going to reject me now, I mean the deadline is in matter of days

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    Just wait and see.

    No one on this forum knows if you're going to be accepted or rejected.

    If you really want to go to Warwick, then wait it out.

    If you've already got offers form the universities you want to go to, then just withdraw your application and take up the offers you want. You might want to do this if you want to apply for accommodation ASAP. But personally, I would just wait it out. For curiousity if nothing else.
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    Warwick took bloody ages to get back to me for Law as well (last year) - I applied in early October and still hadn't heard back by mid-March. I guess it's just a thing that they do. If you're happy with your other offers and you wouldn't use them as your firm or insurance choice then you may as well withdraw your application (I did!) But there's no rush, iirc they have to reply by the end of March or something like that, and then you don't have to make choices until May.
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    (Original post by Mother_Russia)
    Just wait and see.

    No one on this forum knows if you're going to be accepted or rejected.

    If you really want to go to Warwick, then wait it out.

    If you've already got offers form the universities you want to go to, then just withdraw your application and take up the offers you want. You might want to do this if you want to apply for accommodation ASAP. But personally, I would just wait it out. For curiousity if nothing else.
    I'm so nervous

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    (Original post by Theflyingbarney)
    Warwick took bloody ages to get back to me for Law as well (last year) - I applied in early October and still hadn't heard back by mid-March. I guess it's just a thing that they do. If you're happy with your other offers and you wouldn't use them as your firm or insurance choice then you may as well withdraw your application (I did!) But there's no rush, iirc they have to reply by the end of March or something like that, and then you don't have to make choices until May.
    Oh really? I heard they are dreadful at making replies :/ too worried atm

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    (Original post by ezgggg)
    I mean the deadline is in matter of days
    51 days, to be precise March 31st is when universities "should aim" to send replies by, but it's not the deadline. They actually have until May 9th, so still a fair bit of time yet :yep:
 
 
 
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